Narcissus pseodonarcissus

Tue, 09 Apr 2013 12:36:27 PDT
Dear Jane,
there are fine colonies in the sunny meadows of Narcissus pseudonarcissus as well as wild snowdrops here.
I grow both in sun as well as in a more shaded area under hazel trees.
I might just be lucky!
So far.

" Message du 09/04/13 18:48
> Objet : Re: [pbs] Narcissus pseodonarcissus
> Narcissus and Galanthus (snowdrops) planted in woodland or other 
> shady areas are less likely to be attacked by bulb fly. I don't know 
> whether this is because the insect prefers warm situations, or 
> because the coloration of the fading foliage, which is said to 
> attract it, looks different to an insect's eye in sun.
> Jane McGary"

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